Amidst a global pandemic, with shutting down of photo studios and ban on travel, content creators have now resorted to working from home to help curb the spread of coronavirus. Not too long ago, bloggers and vloggers, across different genres and categories, embraced picturesque backgrounds to create viral and engaging content, be it a stunning sunset in Goa, a concert in Ibiza or a food truck fest in LA. But with the new normal of spending extended time at home and ban on international travel, content creators are looking for creative ways to make their interiors more refreshing and stimulating.
Though grand weddings may no longer be a common sight, there is no reason why one cannot marry their beloved during the lockdown. One can opt for a minimony, that consists of about 10-15 people who are extremely close to the bride and groom, or one can go ahead with a micro-wedding with less than 50 guests.
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in unimaginable ways. As we remain confined to our homes and spend extended time indoors, most of us have been contemplating home improvement projects, perhaps spending so much time at home has inspired us like never before. And now with the festive season around the corner, the itch for a home makeover and renovation is undeniable.
Most of us dread the process of cleaning our house. But it is very important to keep our living space clean and hygienic, more so with growing concerns of safety and cleanliness during the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, living with family members in a confined space for an extended time can further increase the risk of catching infections.
COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of people globally. With a strict lockdown in most countries to contain the spread of the virus, business and economy have been disrupted. The true impact of the virus attack is unfathomable, with most industries coming to a screaming halt and the catastrophe turning the world upside down.
Your living space is all about expressing yourself and bringing joy. We all know that travelling creates wonderful memories, and integrating these memories into your décor can make you happy. However, the stringent restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the contagious coronavirus have virtually brought the whole world to a standstill. The lockdown period is doubly hard for those who had had numerous travel plans for the coming months, be it for work or pleasure.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, social distancing has become a part of our vocabulary since the past month. Our lives now depend on staying home to fight against the pandemic. Amidst this global health crisis, we thought it would be interesting to reach out to some of the best interior designers and architects we know who are responsible for creating beautiful living spaces and who value beautiful living, to see how they are coping with being cooped up at their home.
Being stuck at home for the foreseeable future was not something most of us envisioned at the beginning of the year. Our summer plans are on hold indefinitely and we have been advised to stay at home until the pandemic is in control. During this time, our home, our four walls protect us from the dangers of the world and keep us safe. Within these walls, we must work, exercise, feed and entertain ourselves, teach our children and then feel relaxed enough to fall asleep at night, only to do the same thing the next day. If we don’t adapt our living spaces to fit this new reality, we could start feeling trapped. If being homebound is making you feel bored, frustrated and anxious, or if you are looking to do something, stay positive while staying in with these tips to keep your spirits up and home in order.